There isn't a lack of content this morning! After Bruce Arians and the NFC head coaches had breakfast with the media, there is a lot to talk about. Catch up on everything this morning if you missed anything yesterday.
Cardinals Blogs | Bidwill on the passing of Joe Garagiola
"This is such a profound loss not only for the sports community but the nation as a whole. I literally know of no one who ever had a bad thing to say about Joe Garagiola.
Bruce Arians: Larry Fitzgerald may retire if Cardinals win Super Bowl - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Bruce Arians believes wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald might ride off into the sunset like Peyton Manning if the Cardinals win the next Super Bowl.
Bruce Arians hints at center Lyle Sendlein's retirement - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
If Lyle Sendlein retires A.Q. Shipley would top the the Arizona Cardinals depth chart at center.
Bruce Arians: Cardinals will have money to re-sign Chandler Jones - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
Bruce Arians said that the Cardinals will have the infrastructure in place after 2016 to re-sign Chandler Jones to a deal fit for a top pass-rusher.
Bruce Arians: Patriots guard Jonathan Cooper a victim of 'bad luck' - New England Patriots Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals' coach, while thrilled to land Chandler Jones, said Jonathan Cooper is 'a heck of a player' who could thrive under Dante Scarnecchia.
Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians surprised Chandler Jones was available
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians was shocked Chandler Jones was available in trade and plans to re-sign him to a long-term deal.
Bruce Arians keeps needling Steelers over 2012 exit - Pittsburgh Steelers Blog- ESPN
Bruce Arians clearly hasn't forgotten how his departure from Pittsburgh played out after the 2011 season.
Nate Burleson: Cardinals are "built to be Super Bowl champs" - NBCSPORTS1060.COM
"They got all the tools. They’re built to be Super Bowl champs. A lot of people had them winning. Halfway through the year, they became my favorite (to win the Super Bowl). When you have a squad like that, and (you) can retain most of your guys, you kind of have the feeling that you’re gonna be in the same position next year."
Reports: Cardinals working out QB's Dak Prescott & Jeff Driskel; team also worked out LS Kameron Canaday - NBCSPORTS1060.COM
Two positions they have to address sooner or later, are the quarterback position, and the long snapper position. With Carson Palmer heading into his 14th season, and Mike Leach retiring after putting in his 16 years, Arizona is doing their due diligence in figuring how to approach these two dilemmas.
Report: Cardinals work out long snapper Kameron Canaday
The Arizona Cardinals reportedly worked out long snapper Kameron Canaday.
Here's what the NFL's new chop block rule really means - SBNation.com
The NFL passed a proposal banning all chop blocks, but there's still plenty of ambiguity with the new rule.
Ron Rivera says Cam Newton didn't talk after the Super Bowl because he's a millennial - SBNation.com
Rivera also says he thinks players who lose in the Super Bowl shouldn't have to speak with the media afterward.
Bruce Arians is the high school guidance counselor we all wish we had - SBNation.com
His candor at the NFL meetings is refreshing -- and rare.
Eagles want to recapture the brotherhood they lost during the Chip Kelly era - SBNation.com
Could the next leaders for Philadelphia be on defense?
Rams will be on 'Hard Knocks' in their 1st season back in Los Angeles - SBNation.com
Viewers will get a firsthand look at the team's transition to their new Southern California home.
NFL players will be ejected after 2 unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in 2016 - SBNation.com
Taunting, punches and abusive language will be watched more closely in 2016.
Colts sign Patrick Robinson after a bounce-back season - SBNation.com
Robinson was a bargain for the Chargers last year, and now he's expected to be an integral part of the Colts' secondary.
The 5 most important developments from the NFL's annual meeting - SBNation.com
From rule changes to league discipline, here are the most important things you need to know from the NFL's annual meeting.